The newspaper publisher has built a yes-no model to test whether workloads are cloud-ready
"There's a price for removing a bit from here to here… and a price for moving it back again"
Service allows customers to order items at the touch of a button
Cloud giant rakes in just under $3bn revenue for the quarter
The Civil Aviation Authority will be fully involved with the tests
New services include continuous replication between cloud and on-premise databases
David Sharp explains what makes the robot workforce in the online delivery firm's new warehouses tick
Salesforce set to expand its use of AWS to include core services
And the rest of Amazon turns a tidy profit, for a change, too
Morrisons now has deals with both Amazon and Ocado
Netflix completes shift from in-house IT as it goes 100 per cent to the Amazon cloud
AWS EULA keeps all bases covered
Move corresponds to the wishes of customers and staff, says CEO Seb James
They may own the present, but they should beware the ghost of Christmas future
Amazon and other technology vendors are often hyperbolic about their own products. Could this stem from insecurity?
'Moving to AWS has been positive for security and forced us to think about it in a way we didn't think about it before,' says Graham Tackley, director of data technology
Aviva director of global IT Mark Hall tells AWS Enterprise Summit how the company has big plans for cloud
Professor Andrew Blake, director of the Alan Turing Institute, believes machine learning and big data have a significant role to play in decision making
Now you can keep your data in the cloud, in the UK, safe from the prying eyes of everyone except the government
The A-B-C of Alphabet revealed by Google CEO Page
'Not feasible' for humans to make split-second marketing decisions like a machine can, GfK's Norbert Wirth tells Computing
Amazon director of machine learning Ralf Herbrich describes how machine learning improves services
Cloud connection service customers already include Philips and NASA
Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, also says the future is basically a software-defined data centre, and concludes by saying open source developers are 'like poets'